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Business Process Modeling

A Business Process Model describes the business process followed by an organization to create value to clients. Below are the characteristics of a Business Process Model: A Business Process Model 1. Has a Goal 2. Has inputs 3. Uses some resources 4. Has an output 5. Has a set of …

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Communication Method

To become a Business Analyst, the most important thing required is the “Communication” skill. Communication bridges the gap of understanding between the individuals. A Business Analyst will communicate with several people inside and outside of the organization such as Business Users, Project Managers, Scrum Team, Developers, Testers and other stakeholders …

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The pre-sales process is the set of activities that are carried out before the customer has been acquired. This article will explain the pre-sales process and how you can use it in your own business. It will also examine why it is important for the pre-sales and sales teams to …

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What is Pre Sales Process

The pre-sales process is the set of activities that is carried out before the customer has been acquired. The pre-sales process is the specific set of activities that lead up to winning a new contract or acquiring a new customer. Companies generally have a pre-sales team in place which is …

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Use case and activity diagram

Business Analysts use UML (Unified Modeling Language) to interpret the business case to the technical team as well as other stakeholders in a simple but elaborate language. Here, we are going to discuss two of the more popular UML diagrams used by business analysts – Use Case diagram and Activity …

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Root Cause Analysis

What is Root Cause Analysis (RCA)? The highest – level cause of a problem is called the root cause. It is the most important to find out the Root Cause in the organization process. Root Cause is the “Bad affect at the bottom” that move towards the entire cause and …

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Categorize the Requirements

The requirement is a basically need of the Client or Stakeholder. It needs to solve a problem or achieve an objective to the client. For giving better solution to them, we need to categorize the requirements. Based on the categorization, we can fulfill the expectations of their requirement. Here, the …

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Agile Vs Waterfall Methodology

A suitable development model is selected by considering several factors like requirement, application type, application software, level of customer intervention etc. Lets go through the major differences between the Agile and Waterfall methodologies. Agile is a multi-iterated lifecycle i.e. by which a project is broken into several pieces whereas Waterfall …

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